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BDSM ageplay

BDSM ageplay
If you’re reading this article, you most likely have never heard of ageplay before or maybe just stumbled upon it recently and want to find out what it’s really like. Lucky for you, we’ve prepared this article to help you learn what ageplay is and decide whether it’s something you might want to try.

What is ageplay?

Ageplay is a role-playing practice in which one or even both partners act like they are a different age. The most common scenario is when one of the partners pretends that he or she is much younger than their real age, although in some cases people engaging in ageplay also pretend like they are older than their real age.

What happens during ageplay?

There are many ways couples can engage in ageplay. If one of the partners is pretending to be a child, the other partner can dress them up into child-like ruffled dresses and other traditionally children’s clothes and even diapers. They can also use strollers, pacifiers, children’s toys, bottles, etc. Ageplay roleplaying can also involve one of the partners speaking like a child and even BDSM elements like controlling the sub, spanking, etc.

Frequently asked questions about ageplay

Is ageplay sexual?

Ageplay can be sexual but it doesn’t have to be - some people simply enjoy ageplay because they can express their feelings through the prism of a child or give an outlet to their maternal or paternal instincts through their partner.

Does ageplay involve incest?

When people engage in sexual ageplay, the practice can often involve incest elements. For instance, the two partners can pretend that they are son and mother, daughter and father, aunt or uncle and niece or nephew or siblings.

Do people who engage in ageplay pedophiles?

Ageplay is very often misunderstood by people who don’t engage in it and some even consider those who like ageplay as pedophiles. This is not correct because people who engage in ageplay are not interested in a relationship with a child. They simply want to express their parental instincts on their partner, while the other partner wants to feel loved and cared for while giving up some of the responsibility for their lives. In fact, even psychologists don’t consider the ageplay practice to be related to pedophilia.

Is ageplay okay to try?

There are a lot of people who are interested in ageplay but are afraid to try it because of different societal stigmas around the practice. But if you’re interested in trying ageplay and your partner is a consenting adult - go for it, there’s no harm in trying it at least once.